To nominate someone else as a Quality Contributor, message the mods. Why didn't Asians build castles like the Europeans? In times of conflict, a castle seems like a pretty great thing to have and they're everywhere in Europe. However when I look at Asian castles, they look like palaces to my layman eyes and not as well suited for defence as their European counterparts. It looks like they spent more time on making them look nice, as opposed to the purely functional look of Europe.
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Kumamoto has seen its fair share of drama over the centuries — but perhaps most famously, it was the site of the final battle between 20, samurai and the ruling Meiji government. Together, they work with chalk-marked fingers, numbering hundreds of salvaged rocks arranged in checkerboard patterns, photographing each one, trying to determine the correct position of each piece. Often in sweltering heat, they scan row after row in almost revered silence, with heads bowed piously as if in prayer. To the untrained eye, it appears a bamboozling exercise.
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They evolved from the wooden stockades of earlier centuries, and came into their best-known form in the 16th century. Castles in Japan were built to guard important or strategic sites, such as ports, river crossings, or crossroads, and almost always incorporated the landscape into their defenses. Though they were built to last and used more stone in their construction than most Japanese buildings, castles were still constructed primarily of wood , and many were destroyed over the years. This was especially true during the Sengoku period — , when many of these castles were first built.
Photo: VCG. Wang Yan has fulfilled her dream of getting married in a castle at the age of Wang, in a white wedding dress, poses in front of the castle, like a real princess. The Gothic-style castle has dozens of gray spires that stretch into the smoggy sky of Hebei Province in North China. The scenery is so nice," Wang told the Global Times.